The internet eliminator (see screenshot above) illustrates a SCOPED result. There are actually two internet eliminators and this is the activity variant. The
conditions field evaluates two tests. The first condition is known as a variant condition because its
result clause is a logic expression (not a variable). If the
result clause evaluates as TRUE this eliminator variant is evaluated. Only one eliminator variant can be evaluated. So, looking at the first (variant) condition, the internet activity eliminator is evaluated if the network type test returns the value "internet". The second test evaluates an internet activity test that returns TRUE if there is evidence of Internet activity. Finally, the eliminator result is ELIMINATED if there is Internet activity, otherwise it is SCOPED.